Daniel Watson

Daniel Watson


Daniel Watson


Daniel completed his training contract at Hunters, and joined the firm’s Private Client Department upon qualifying as a solicitor in November 2017.

Daniel read Law with French Law at the University of Manchester, where he was awarded the R G Lawson Prize for Comparative Law. Daniel went on to complete the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Manchester.



Daniel has experience in a broad range of private client matters, including: tax and estate planning; wills; trusts; powers of attorney; and probate and estate administration (including estates with assets in foreign jurisdictions).




Daniel was previously the Chair of the Westminster & Holborn Law Society (WHLS) Junior Lawyers’ Division, and is a current member of the WHLS Law Reform Committee. Daniel is also a member of the Franco-British Lawyers Society.

Latest Headlines

May 13, 2019
Daniel Watson discusses how it is time to treat trusts with neutrality and fairness in the FTAdviser
May 08, 2019
Daniel Watson’s article on the treatment of commonly used trusts published in Taxation
Apr 18, 2019
Daniel Watson examines the recently launched public consultation on the taxation of trusts in Bloomberg BNA
Nov 01, 2018
Daniel Watson examines the Law Commission’s latest guidance on e-signatures and implications for LPAs in Lawyer Monthly
Sep 27, 2018
Daniel Watson discusses the Law Commission’s recent consultation paper on the validity of e-signatures in New Law Journal
Sep 06, 2018
Daniel Watson and Matthew Yates discuss the potential dangers of e-signatures in The Times

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